Energy & Environment
The GOP took aim at a guidance asking agencies to consider climate change impacts in project...
The EPA accused Whole Foods of hazardous waste handling violations.
August was the 16th month in a row to break its temperature record.
Groups are pushing Obama to block offshore drilling in the Atlantic and Arctic Oceans.
The EPA is updating its regulation for accounting for “exceptional” events that increase ozone...
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Lawmakers are hoping to finally nail down a path forward for aid to help Flint, Mich.
Sen. John Barrasso said it is “astonishing” that the administration delayed Dakota Access.
An evaluation found that the pesticide glyphosate is probably not carcinogenic to humans.
The Obama administration says the Maui dolphin is threatened by tourism.
Gore told The New York Times that "every vote counts."
A fact sheet initially said Trump would oppose a key part of the fuel standard.
Thirty-one countries submitted ratification paperwork, bringing the total to 60.
The Wall Street Journal said the SEC started asking questions last month.
Jim Inhofe says the Obama administration is enforcing the regulation despite a court hold.
Brown signed new standards for “super pollutants” like black carbon and methane.
A Senate Committee is set to mark-up this week a bill to boost pension funds for coal miners.
Six provinces will have to either implement a regulation or be subject to the federal system.
The administration is launching a new review of energy permits on American Indian lands.
The U.S. won a challenge at the World Trade Organization over India's domestic content policy on...
Those countries would add to the 27 that have already formally joined.
It is the only major company not to take into account low oil prices in its valuation.
Sea ice coverage in the Arctic Ocean hit its second-lowest level on record this year, officials...
"We are asking far too much of our ocean," Obama said at an environmental conference Thursday.